Every Girl Is The End Of The World For Me

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Top Shelf Productions, 2005 - Cartoonists - 104 pages
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"An unsparing portrait of male anxiety and twenty-something lassitude, all rendered in drawings that are too crude to be anything but expressive." -- Jeff Salamon, Austin American-Statesman "It seems Jeffrey Brown has been anointed Our Next Great Cartoonist."-- Mark David Nevins Autobiographical cartoonist Jeffrey Brown provides an epilogue to his Girlfriend "Trilogy,"detailing the day-by-day events of three week run in with five girls. Watch and be mesmerized by an ex coming back into the picture, a growing but poorly chosen crush, musings on the way friends come and go in life, and a realization that the end is never really the end.
 

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Review: Every Girl is the End of the World for Me (The Girlfriend Trilogy)

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Excellent title for a book. But not as engaging as the other three books in the Girlfriend trilogy. Read full review

Review: Every Girl is the End of the World for Me (The Girlfriend Trilogy)

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Jeffrey Brown sure did have a lot of girls interested in him, for someone who's so bad at it as he portrays himself to be. But that happens, I suppose. I enjoyed reading this book, some things hit close to home. Read full review

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